Schools Environmental Debate Competition

[The Herald] The Environmental Management Agency (EMA) has embraced the schools debate competition as one of the strategies of spreading the environmental gospel to the school going age, under the “Catch Them Young Programme”.

[The Herald] The Environmental Management Agency (EMA) has embraced the schools debate competition as one of the strategies of spreading the environmental gospel to the school going age, under the "Catch Them Young Programme".

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Disability, Child Poverty in Zim – Why It Matters

[The Herald] The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) recognises that children with disabilities (CwDs) have the same rights as any other child, with dreams and desires to fulfil.

[The Herald] The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) recognises that children with disabilities (CwDs) have the same rights as any other child, with dreams and desires to fulfil.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Five Poachers Arrested in Matobo

[The Herald] Bulawayo -Five suspected poachers have been arrested, while one of them is receiving treatment at Mpilo Central Hospital in Bulawayo after he was shot at Matobo National Park.

[The Herald] Bulawayo -Five suspected poachers have been arrested, while one of them is receiving treatment at Mpilo Central Hospital in Bulawayo after he was shot at Matobo National Park.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mining Minister Defends Secrecy in Mining Deals

[The Patriot] Botswana’s Minerals and Water Affairs Minister Sadique Kebonang on Tuesday insisted on maintaining the secrecy around mega government mining contracts, saying that “no country signs transparent agreements”.

[The Patriot] Botswana's Minerals and Water Affairs Minister Sadique Kebonang on Tuesday insisted on maintaining the secrecy around mega government mining contracts, saying that "no country signs transparent agreements".

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana

Teacher Cleared of Rape

[The Herald] A man who owns Charlie’s College in Budiriro 1, Harare, was yesterday freed after a 17-year-old student he was accused of raping told the court that they were lovers.

[The Herald] A man who owns Charlie's College in Budiriro 1, Harare, was yesterday freed after a 17-year-old student he was accused of raping told the court that they were lovers.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Namibian Refugees Threaten War

[The Patriot] As Botswana persists on the repatriation of Namibian refugees – currently housed at the Dukwi Refugee Camp, some 100km northwest of Francistown – back to their native country, anger and fury amongst the refugees is growing. In 1998, Namib…

[The Patriot] As Botswana persists on the repatriation of Namibian refugees - currently housed at the Dukwi Refugee Camp, some 100km northwest of Francistown - back to their native country, anger and fury amongst the refugees is growing. In 1998, Namibian refugees fled from their motherland, Caprivi Strip in the Zambezi region into Botswana following a secessionist crisis.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

CBZ Targets U.S.$20 Million Growth in Loans

[The Herald] CBZ Holdings Limited is targeting to grow its loan book by $20 million this year, amid expectations that its huge stock of sovereign paper will give it access to more lines of credit.

[The Herald] CBZ Holdings Limited is targeting to grow its loan book by $20 million this year, amid expectations that its huge stock of sovereign paper will give it access to more lines of credit.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Warriors Brace for COSAFA

[The Herald] Four-time champions Zimbabwe will once again come under the spotlight at this year’s COSAFA Castle Cup as the Warriors seek to re-assert themselves in a tournament they used to dominate over the years before falling down the pecking order.

[The Herald] Four-time champions Zimbabwe will once again come under the spotlight at this year's COSAFA Castle Cup as the Warriors seek to re-assert themselves in a tournament they used to dominate over the years before falling down the pecking order.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe